Spain, France, England, and the Netherlands are still in the competition and will be competing for the two spots in the final. The Euro semi-finalists have a market value of over $30 billion. England, the current runner-up in the Euro and seeking their first title, is the most valuable team in this phase with a value of €1.688 billion ($9.9 billion). This value is driven by the presence of highly valued players like Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden, and Bukayo Saka.

It is interesting to note that the four semi-finalist teams are among the top five most valuable in the entire Eurocup. The only exception is Portugal, which had the third most expensive squad in the tournament and was eliminated by France in the quarter-finals.

The market value of the teams in the Euro semi-finals according to the CIES Football Observatory are as follows:
1. England – €1.688 billion ($9.9 billion)
2. France – €1.409 billion ($8.3 billion)
3. Spain – €1.07 billion ($6.3 billion)
4. Netherlands – €1.056 billion ($6.2 billion)

The most valuable players in the semi-finals of the Eurocup according to the CIES Football Observatory are:
1. Jude Bellingham (England) – €280 million ($1.6 billion)
2. Phil Foden (England) – €203 million ($1.2 billion)
3. Bukayo Saka (England) – €195 million ($1.1 billion)
4. Lamine Yamal (Spain) – €140 million ($823 million)
5. Cole Palmer (England) – €126 million ($740 million)

It is clear that players like Bellingham and Foden from England are the most expensive in the Eurocup. The competition is heating up as these top teams and players battle it out for a spot in the final. The value of these teams and players reflects their talent and potential in the world of football. Stay tuned for more updates and news on the world of sports.